In an earlier blog, we talked about the “Watch, Try and Do” approach towards using simulations. In this blog, I would like to share the checklist that I have developed to assess the quality of simulations in the WATCH scenario.
Workplaces in the corporate world are increasing becoming more diverse than they were in the past. In general, an organizational approach to managing diversity includes accepting differences among employees and blending them into the organizational culture. Effective managers are aware that managing employees with diverse backgrounds calls for a different approach than it does for managing a group of employees with similar backgrounds.
CommLab India has been sharing a series of presentations on topics of general interest to professionals in the corporate world. We present here with a compilation of the 10 best presentations that have been posted in 2011 for your benefit. We would be happy to hear your comments and opinions about them.
It is that time of the year when we look back and review the milestones and achievements of the entire year. We have done a quick review of the blogs that we posted in 2011 and based on the responses received we have compiled a list of the popular ones. We hope that you find it useful having them compiled at one place.
Induction training in any organization is given due importance. One of the major topics a training manager should focus on is corporate etiquette. Fostering mutual respect at the workplace falls under an important agenda that needs to be added in the induction-training checklist.
Product knowledge is fundamental to the seller who is selling it and the buyer who is purchasing the same. In between the seller and the buyer there are other stakeholders who are equally required to have sound product knowledge. They could be the dealers, resellers or the vendors. Let’s examine in detail who benefits from product trainings and why imparting product training is so important.
The best way for any organization to succeed and thrive in the near future is to become a learning organization. According to Peter Singe, learning organizations are those organizations where new patterns of thinking processes are nurtured, where people can learn together and are given the freedom to create the results they desire.
With the growing concern over employees’ safety, companies worldwide are adopting safety training policies to prevent workplace hazards. Safety training helps in raising the quality of life for the employees. To increase the level of safety awareness among employees, organizations now a days are trying to involve a larger section of its employees in the safety training process for wider acceptance.
There have been significant developments in the eLearning industry as a whole. Despite that, there are many challenges especially when it comes to marketing eLearning within organizations.